Networking

Routing Games for Traffic Engineering

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Executive Summary

Current data network scenario makes Traffic Engineering (TE) a very challenging task. The ever growing access rates and new applications running on end-hosts result in more variable and unpredictable traffic patterns. By providing origin-destination pairs with several possible paths, load-balancing has proved itself an excellent tool to face this uncertainty. In particular, mechanisms where routers greedily minimize a path cost function (thus requiring minimum coordination) have been studied from a game-theoretic perspective in what is known as a Routing Game (RG).

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